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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta _____________Monday, Augull 28, 1972 THE LE1HBRIDGE HERALD 3 Leaders, Venturers, Scouts and Cubs will have relumed from holidays, refreshed in Ixxly and spirit. Most important all to Scouting is thai n new season opens, a time for assessment of your summer's camping ex- perience and an urfic to plan new and better tlwgs. One well-known .camping manual tells us to go out in Hie backyard and lay out every- tiling you had to camp. Now sort this into three piles first lay out those items ot clothini! and equipment you never used, secondly lay all items you used once or twice, and make a third pile of all you really used. At this point mark down any Items you would have used onain and again. You will be ready for fall and even winter camps. Here Is something else that Is fun to do. In your garden or patio set up a gooil cooking spot will) a pil fireplace, re- flector fireplace, or altar fire- place. Build a crane ajid make your- self a few good pothooks. you have something safe are! handy to practise those choice camp recipes or try a little cx- puimenlation. Don't just open a few cans. Hemember, it is not loo late to earn your camp cook's badge. Hraldes, this garden spot clear- ed of vegetation is a wonderful place lo work on your pioneer badge by all manner of engin- eering. Twice lately we have been out to Camp Impccsa. Things are quiet there ajid fishermen are tha chief visitors. The Ser- vice Scouts and waterfront folk have gone. The deer arc be- ginning to show themselves again. This past summer, thanks lo Ihe fairly frcrjucnl 'showers, the lire hazard is not too high, The Scout Troops have been small hut enthusiasm high. Ad- minLslrator Raymond Dabl) has been cleaning up and lias painting, especially at Skook- um Village. Those of you who had sunny camp days may wonder what VV'c bad a fine visit with the first Brooks Troop. They only had II boys bul now lliat they have been at Camp Impcesa tlierc will be more next time. They hnd a ncal sclup wilh plenty of lime spent on good patrol sites. Sc outer Jim Uhersky, along witli his brother Barry, bad the situation well in tend. The boys were well-fed anil happy. (Joocl going Brooks! A very fine camp was thai of (he 121 Calgary Troop. Scouters lid Kabota and Richard Burl had six boys. The smartness of their campsite reflected the ex- perience and training received when Ei! was a Scout in Ray- mond. They were cnlnying the walorfronl eml hiking. This troop is an L.D.S. group from Kcvnhcast Calgary. They hone lo be back another year with ovc hoys. Closer lo home, of course, is Picture Unite who camped this vear at Walcrton as (hey were specializing in back-packing. Scouler 15. Woodruff and his sons were in lo study the camp 'acilities for next year. The First Picture Butte group are lo he lopnolch if they liavc Ibc interest and enthusi- asm of their Scoviter. They had informative chats with camp administrator. Steve cfson and yours truly. the the scene Is like Mountain covered wilh by Table damp Swim season ends Thursday PINCIIKR CRKEK (Spccinl) The 1972 swimming season will end next Thursday when pool will close for the full and winlcr. AL the fir.st of the ycnr. Ihe Tied Cross will present a slight- ly revised swimming awards program. Two changes should be noted. No child under the age of six will be allowed to qualify for the pre-beglnncr award and the survival swimming n w a r tl, formerly an option award, will become compulsory to he taken It is wilh real interest that wo hear of American Explorer .Scouts visiting in Lethbrldge. By all accounts they have some very interesting courses taken under Die instruction of their local police officers. This leads us to mention that in any of our own communities there are resource people with wonderful things to teach Cubs, Scouts and Venturers. Why not make a list and then through your leader and Group Commit- tee. Use these folk who arc usu- jilly most willing. Next summer, 1973, there will another iamborette at Camp Impecsa. Start working for it now. The Flailands Dis- trict, around Talwr already has planner! to get r-chlnd this huge enterprise and much, much more, (food going, Flattands! Remember that winch is not planned doc.s not happen. This will be our last word lo you good fol k before opuns, Show us the best lads in .Scouting and incvitahly you will find them doing their best in school, too. Tins year when you get, hack a little tinpc of sadness will hang over yours truly. For the first time in years n-e will he staying This will Rive us a chance to do a hit of TOSSING SHOES There was intense rivalry ot (he liorse shoo pitch at Canyon Church Camp ot Waterlon lakes NoMonal Park rncenUy when 16 senior cilizens from the Crowsnest Pass look port in on oldtimcrs' camp. Shooting for ringers are Alex Lupinsky of Pincher Creek and George Virovcc of Blairmore, Bruce Decoux Pholo Council inspects sites for new water system CRANTJROOK (Special) Cily council and new.1; reporters hnd an excursion recently in place of the regular meeting to inspect two potential sites as source for th? urgently-needed city water system improve- ments. The ratepayer referendum on Ihe curling club rink, in which (heir financial respon- sibility will be limited lo 000 for purchase of the existing curling club rink, is set for September. Administrator Bland Hoover has reported to city council the economic study for the pro- posed water improvements was nearly complete. Associated Engineering Ser- vices Ltrl. has been consultant on this for several years now. The recent excursion to the upper Joseph Creek canyon known as the Phillips Ranch, "as early as Joseph Creek small earth (lain and reservoir just out- sirb east city limits is present source, supplemented seasonal- ly by Gold Creek, and water wells under pressure. Council excursion to (his site followed another excursion, tliis one up the Movie River aliove Lumhcrlon where an earlier- day lumber company had its reservoir. This was a new sug- ncrtion and would involve lun- ncls. between I he junior mediate awards. long overdue) travelling hut you bought by the city four years will hear of our adventures. ago at with permission Those who were at last year's for the former owners Eo con- tinue its operation as ranch un- til otherwise notified. This allernatvc was estimat- ed by AESL in July, IOCS, nt for first phase earth- fit! dam with supply lines and feeders to the cily at over Iwo million with recommendation ITIOTORS LETHBRIDGE ARE NOW ACCEPTING FACTORY ORDERS ON 1973 CHRYSLER, PLYMOUTH end DODGE TRUCKS Kindt backs Clark UNTIL 1973 PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT DATE. ORDER BEFORE PRICE INCREASES. SALES OPPORTUNITY Exceptionally flood opporlunitioi lo joll 1973 Plymouth Can and DtuJgs Roquiro hfml working, young talesman. Previous flxperiencn not noccJMJry. Polilcncsi, appearance and good attitude a Contact Solr.i Mgr., lorno Franz at 327-1591. GOLEM AN fCIS'P Tlie Kocky Mountain Progres- sive Conservative Association held a well-attended social eve- ning at the Polish Hall here recently. Dr. Kindt, MP for Maclcod constituency from 1958 spoke on behalf of Joe Clark, PC candidate for Rocky Moun- tain. Dr. Kindt snkl Mr. Oicfcn- takcr, as prime minister, pii5li- ed the proposal to export Al- berta coal, nncl that is Ihe basis of (he jobs and growth in the 'Pass today. Mr. Clark said future growth of western Canada will IMS a major issue in Ihe next federal election, maintaining that A1 berta has a great capacity for new secondaiy industry, based on onr natural resources. Ihe new petrochemical potential of Ihe tar snntK the growing con snmfT market in Can nnri Ihe. Pacific northwest U.S. states, Mr. Clark warned thai, nation ,al policies will be ,cc( in Ihn next four years which win j tor mine. Canada's industrinl rle- i vclopment for Ihe next cjuarlcr of a century. j Dr. Yeivchnh. MP for Alha linsca, said in the next election slionlrt b.ife their do 1 cjsion on Hire? f: ctors: the nbi ily and si alii I "ly of p.irl v j 1 rulers, the record of the par WHERE-Corner of 4th Street 2nd Ave. South a.m. to 5 p.m. a.m. to 5 p.m. a.m. to 9 p.m. HOW ELECOMMUNICATIONS Smith's Color l.. Slrset Korth Carload of CP car number lelhbridge Aug Have A Good Sale RCA Limited, Calgary L thrir policies I lip. a' find 7th St. 1st AVO. S. mOTOR'S J LETHBRiDGE Ph. 327-1591 rvoninp cor.rhrdcri Awards night (CNP Bnreau) The evening of Wednesday Sept. fi, will be ttio annual "awards ninhl1' the Crows- neff Consolidalfxl High ficlioo) Muclcnts will re- ceive prizes from individuals and service, groups tha communities. 1L will commence at, S p.uv PICK IT UP YOURSELF AND SAVE EVEN MORE! TERMS AVAILABLE CHOOSE FROM THESE 1973 MODELS 9 8 CU. FT. FREEZER 12 CU. FT. FREEZER 15 CU, FT. FREEZER 20 CU. FT. FREEZER 25 CU, FT, FREEZER SMITH'S FOR TV PHONE 328-6964 nances 2235 ;